Kuwait summit to discuss key projects
Kuwait, January 30, 2013
Global executives, EPC contractors and project managers will meet in Kuwait City for the inaugural Kuwait EPC Projects Summit next month.
The event, from February 17 -20 at the Al Manshar Rotana Hotel, is taking place when Kuwait is currently expanding its energy infrastructure to meet local energy demands and investing huge amounts into upcoming EPC projects.
Conference sessions, case studies, panel discussions, technology updates and networking at this summit will provide a great opportunity for experts to gain insight into the current and future projects happening in Kuwait in the EPC industry.
The conference keynote speaker Dr Adnan Shihab el Din, director general of KFAS will give an overview of Kuwait’s thermal power and energy market, the regulatory framework and key policies governing the industry in a presentation titled ‘Identifying key growth and investment opportunities in Kuwait’s thermal energy market’.
Further presentations and panel discussions will cover key topics including; project execution and delivery, project management, EPC engineering and design, developing contracts and working with contractors in the market and more.
"The Clean Fuels Project is a critical mega project that will shape the future of Kuwait's refining capability while driving the highest standards of commitment to the environment," said Fahed Salem Al Ajmi, chairman and managing director, Kuwait National Petroleum Company.
The Kuwait EPC Projects Summit is supported by Aveva (sponsor), PMI and CMCS. - TradeArabia News Service
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